5 Commonly Used Korean Phrases: 5가지 속담

During a conversation in Korean, you may often hear phrases or sentences that do not make sense or sound relevant to the topic, but participants in conversation seemingly understand the message better with those weird-sounding clauses. That is because the speaker quoted Korean proverbs. 

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In Korean Expressing Possession and Being with –있다/없다

Hello everyone! Today I would like to talk about the phrase ‘–있다/없다’. This is frequently used to express whether a subject possess an object in question or to indicate there is (are). First, ‘–있다’ means 1) a subject has something 2) there is (are), and goes properly in written format. 

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"A lot" in Korean - Difference between 아주 and 너무

Hi everyone! Did you know that Hills Learning has a twitter account? One follower tweeted to ask us the difference between Korean words 아주 and ‘너무​. I thought this information would be helpful to everyone’s studying Korean. It’s not uncommon to get confused about adverbs in Korean...

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